The Best and Most Original Water Parks Worldwide
By Communications Department
Today, water parks are a great option for fun on a worldwide level in regions where there are high temperatures and warm months. They are the perfect destination to enjoy holidays with your family or to go spend the day with friends.
Without a doubt, this type of park has something special. Thanks to the adrenaline, speed, endless slides, gigantic pools, and jacuzzis of water parks, we know that when we go there, our fun is guaranteed. This has made their popularity grow on a worldwide level and, for that reason, currently, no matter where we travel, this type of park is always present. Today we’re going to tell you about the most curious water parks that we’ve found around the world so that you have some fun alternatives for when you are traveling far from Aqualandia.
You can find impressive parks all around the world. One of them is the Water Kube Park in Beijing, considered one of the best covered water parks on earth. There, you can enjoy a marvelous recreation of the underwater world which is full of fantasy and housed inside a closed area, allowing for it to be used year-round.
The Tropical Island Resort in Brandenburg (Germany) stands out because it has the largest indoor pool in the world and a beach and tropical jungle with more than 50,000 plants. The largest theme park in Canada, the Calypso Water Park, has an immense wave pool and the highest slide in North America.
In the USA, noteworthy is the Aquatica Park, located in Florida — as well as Blizzard Beach. Aquatica is known worldwide for its “Dolphin Plunge” water-slide which is, at the same time, an aquarium full of dolphins. Riders can enjoy the dolphins while they are sliding down the slide. Likewise, at Blizzard Beach, there is a slide with an almost vertical slope and whose height is 36 meters.
Other noteworthy parks are Aquaventure in Dubai, known for the speeds reached on its slides; Beach Park in Brazil, famous for having the highest slide in the world (41 meters), which can reach a speed of 104 kilometers per hour. And Wet’n’Wild Water World in Australia, which is open year-round.
Still, in Spain we are not lacking parks. In fact, we can boast having the best water parks on the planet — which are, additionally, perfectly accompanied by our Mediterranean climate. There are several Spanish parks that help to cool off their visitors and provide a lot of summer fun, but none is like Aqualandia Benidorm.
Aqualandia is a 150,000-square-meter park where you can enjoy the highest slide in Europe, which measures 33 meters high, or the capsule slide, also considered to be the highest in the world of its class. Undoubtedly, these two attractions, which are known by the name “Verti-Go,” give great fame to our park.
Ranked as the second-best water park in Europe, Aqualandia has 27 attractions designed for all types of park-goers: jacuzzis and hydrotherapy pools to counteract the adrenaline and speed with a little bit of relaxation.
Being able to visit all these parks around the world is a dream for those who love water, slides, and adrenaline. However, sometimes it isn’t necessary to go so far to enjoy a cutting-edge leisure option — you just have to make it to Benidorm.